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. this he would have loved it to know everyone cared so much about him. >> 14-year-old marcus johnson was an eighth grader. on saturday he was one of two people in the pit area who was killed by an out of control race car at marysville race way park north of sacramento. that car was driven by marcus' cousin, 17-year-old chase johnson. he is a senior at petaluma high school. patrick is marcus' coach and knows the family well. >> i can't think of a worse tragedy. he and his cousin were as close as can be. they raced at the same race way. >> racing was in marcus' blood. he was a fourth generation race car driver. the family liked to race winged sprint cars like the one seen here in a race won by his cousin, chase. marcus' classmates knew of his passion for cars early on. >> i remember being in first grade and he would bring his race cars to our school for events. it was really fun to see. >> the cause of the crash is under investigation, but the family has told others that the steering wheel came off. classmates say marcus' cousin, chase, is in their thoughts too. >> it is so sad that hi
cared so much about him. >> 14-year-old marcus johnson was an eighth grader. on saturday he was one of two people in the pit area who was killed by an out of control race car at marysville race way park north of sacramento. that car was driven by marcus' cousin, 17-year-old chase johnson. he is a senior at petaluma high school. patrick is marcus' coach and knows the family well. worsean't think of tragedy. he and his cousin were as close as can be. they raced at the same race way. >> racing was in marcus' blood. he was a fourth generation race car driver. the family liked to race like te one seen here in a race won by his cousin, chase. marcus' classmates knew of his passion for cars early on. >> i remember being in first grade and he would bring his race cars to our school for events. it was really fun to see. >> the cause of the crash isione family has told others that the steering wheel came off. classmates say marcus' cousin, chase, is in their thoughts too. >> it is so sad that his cousin, even though he did nothing wrong, he will have to think about this and know that he -- an
business.with candles, flowers.and stuffed animals. and messages to the victim.14 year old marcus johnson.here's one sign that says our sunshine.and shows a picture of marcus.who is standing on the left.with other family members.including his nine year old brother. here's a message in chalk has his racing number.18.and says you will be forever in our hearts. another message to his cousin who was driving the car that killed marcus.chase johnson.which says we love you chase, stay strong. i spoke to the grandparents of both boys.who you see here in this photo.marcus on the left, and chase on the right.they were too overwhelmed to go on camera.the grandfather says that the acciddent was caused when the steering wheel came off of chase's race car.causing his to go the wrong way.he hit some tires put up as a barricade.and the car when up and over.hitting marcus who had just gotten up from his seat and was walking away.a 68 year old grass valley man was also killed. the family says chase feels terrible about the accident. the boys were very close.more like brothers than cousins.both boys loved t
is growing for a santa rosa boy killed falling a race car accident on saturday. friends and family of marcus johnson have been stopping by the memorial outside of his family's muffler's shop. he was one of two people killed when a race car sped out of control out of a war of black. it crashed into the pit area. 68 year-old dale wonderjim was killed. >> kron fours marureen kelly has more formation and the uncovered and for mission about the vict victim and the driver. >> he was a racer since it was 5 years old starting with go-karts. >> he is posing with a trophy alongside his older cousin chase. on the right- hand side of the screen. >> that young man now 17 was behind the wheel during saturday's fatal crash. chase johnson has been a competitive research into a young age. his website reveals he comes from four generations of race car drivers. >> the 17 year old who was not injured was in a town outside of petaluma. the championship he had been one at petaluma speedway. he is a senior at petaluma high school. his teachers say he is a good student and is very involved in the sport. >> it is wo
. friends and family of 14 year-old marcus johnson have been stopping by the moral outside of his family's muffler shop. he was one of two people killed when a race car sped out of control during a warm-up lap on the racetrack in marysville and crashed into the pit area. 68 year-old hideo wondergem of grass valley was also killed. >> authorities say the boy is the cousin of the driver of the race car was not injured. chase the johnson was behind the wheel during saturday's fatal crash. the pedal high school senior has also been a competitive fraser says a young age. his web site revealed that he comes from four generations of race car drivers. the 17 year-old lives and penngrsove. a town outside of pelham up. some of the championships each one have been at the petaluma speedway. his shop teacher at petaluma high school says chase is a good student. one of several kids at the school and a very involved in the sport. >> it is very difficult and sad to hear. >> chase johnson's website listed marcus as a member of the crew but the yuba county sheriff's department reports that market was not
talent. country roots, classical sound. welcome jc, marcus collins and john haggan, and also with us today the little rockers, and steve on guitar, jeff on keyes and michael harper on drums. guys, it's great having you here. >> thank you. >> mike: your blend of music is pretty incredible because you kind of cross every genre imaginable. marcus, how do you maintain some versatility with the type of music you do? >> well, it helps that we love all of these different genres that we sing and just performing music that we love makes a big difference. we pick every song on the album and pick every song on the show because we love great music with great melodies and a positive inspiration and portray to the crowds and listeners. >> mike: the biggest thrill ever is say peering on this show and i know you feel that way. >> having you play with us. [applause] >> and that's what usually happens, it's downhill from here. but we want to play a song that's going to be on your next album and really is kind of interesting, the texas tenors doing a tennessee song with a guy from arkansas. we're tryi
on the finals of america's got talent. the cd called country roots classical sound. j.c. fisher, marcus roots and john. the texas tenors. also with us today the little rockers. keith wilson on guitar and jeff on keys and michael harper on drums. guys, great having you you here. >> thank you. >> mike: your blend of music is incredible because you cross every genre of music imaginable. how do you maintain versatility. >> helps that we love the genres that we sing and performing music that we love makes a big difference. on the album picked every song and picked every music on the show. we love great music with great melody with a positive message so that is what we try to convey to the crowd and to the listeners. >> mike: the biggest thrill ever is appearing on this show and i know you feel that way. >> how can you compare with that. all down h hill from here. >> mike: it is downhill from here. we want to play a song on your next album and kind of interesting the texas tenors doing a tennessee song with a guy from arkansas. i mean trying to really cover all of the bases. i think people will lov
's care about people. >> she is starting to sound like marcus. >> hal: you are a crazy person. wow. we'll take a break. and we'll be back with more of your calls. 1-800-steph-1-2. >> can we discussion the bachmann crazy. >> hal: oh, yes. we're going to discuss health care, get some more of your halls, i'm hal sparks by the way @hallsparks on twitter. and stage-it.com. tell your friends the tickets are now available. it's great. and you can watch from your laptop. it's a live show. it's very exciting. the new wave. we'll be right back with more of the "stephanie miller show." i'm hal sparks. ♪ >> if you believe in state's rights but still support the drug war you must be high. >> "viewpoint" digs deep into the issues of the day. >> do you think that there is any chance we'll see this president even say the words "carbon tax"? >> with an open mind... >> has the time finally come for real immigration reform? >> ...and a distinctly satirical point of view. >> but you mentioned "great leadership" so i want to talk about donald rumsfeld. >> (laughter). >> watch the show. >> only on
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